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My Inspirational Music


If a picture speaks 1,000 words, then a song speaks 1 million, at least for me anyway. I think every writer has their own special playlists, which they use solely when they write. I would like to dedicate a post specifically to my playlists.

WARNING: I TEND TO HAVE AN INAPPROPRIATE TASTE IN MUSIC. IF A SONG SEEMS SUSPECT TO YOU, DON’T LISTEN TO IT. IT IS PROBABLY INAPPROPRIATE.

There will be links on each song title, so click the name and it will take you to a video on YouTube. I hope you enjoy! My favorites will have a “*” beside them (these tend to be relatively slow songs). Since YT is constantly changing, if a song doesn’t work please let me know. I’ll try to update the link.

Yes, I love Hollywood Undead. I own all of their albums (ALL OF THEM), and I saw them live this year. They are no doubt my favorite group, obviously, but they are not for everyone. As you can see, most of their songs are HIGHLY inappropriate. I wouldn’t recommend them to everyone, but I enjoy them. For those of you who are into HU, I am not a part of the Deuce versus HU war. I like them both.

Anyway, do you have a playlist? What are some of your songs? Did you like any of mine? Which ones? Please let me know!

Thanks for reading!

-Lissy

2 thoughts on “My Inspirational Music”

  1. I usually have iheartradio going on my Ipad. I like to have different styles of music to play through different moods. I also like to have different music for different genres. My favorite steampunk writing music right now comes from an Abney Park station. Fight scenes work out great with metal. I was working on a story set in the 80s recently so I played an 80s station.

    I can’t see working without music going. Weirds me out a little when I run into people that need absolute and total silence to work.

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    1. I’m the same way. Though most of my songs are of the same genre, they differ greatly in emotion. I like to pick songs that fit the overall mood of the scene/chapter/character and listen to it as I write.

      When I was in high school, I had a bad habit of humming and tapping my pencil when I worked. Got me in trouble plenty of times.

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